THE ARTIFICIALLY INTELLIGENT HEALTHCARE SECTOR
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  Monday, September 24th 2018
08:30 Registration and refreshments
09:00

Welcome remarks:
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY, PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY AND THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
John Andrews, consultant editor, The Economist 
Evi Hatziandreou, scientific adviser, “DIKTIO” Network for Reform in Greece and Europe

09:20Discussion
09:40

HOW IS THIS TECHNOLOGICAL BREAKTHROUGH AFFECTING THE NATIONAL HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS?
▪ Quality, sustainability, efficiency, cost, effectiveness
 Training the stakeholders, engaging citizens and communities
 Bioethics and technology

 The UK NHS case
Hutan Ashrafian, chief scientific adviser, Institute of Global Health Innovation, Imperial College London

▪ The providers’ viewpoint
George Aggouris, IT director, National Organization for the Provision of Healthcare Services (EOPYY)

 Sharing practical experience
Vasileios Drakopoulos, consultant general surgeon, District General Hospital of Athens "Evangelismos"

 Is Europe embracing the Fourth Industrial Revolution in the healthcare sector?
Costica Dumbrava, programme officer, e-health, wellbeing and ageing unit, European Commission (DG CONNECT) 

10:15
HAVE A SAY – LIVE POLLING AND DISCUSSION
Will people trust the change in the healthcare sector?
10:40
AN INTELLIGENT TRANSFORMATION OF MEDICINE AND HEALTHCARE
Revolutionising prevention, diagnosis monitoring, long-term care and well being
Primary care, home care and rehabilitation in the spotlight
Precision Medicine: advances, prospects, potential. Is it only for cancer or beyond?
Robotics at the hospital and at home

Thomas Wilckens
, CEO, InnVentis, Tel Aviv  
Jurgi Camblong, co-founder, CEO & director, SOPHiA GENETICS
Hugh Cho, head of business development, Vuno, Korea
Nektarios Tavernarakis, president, Foundation for Research & Technology-Hellas (FORTH), professor of molecular systems biology, University of Crete
11:15
HAVE A SAY – LIVE POLLING AND DISCUSSION
Do you believe that this expected transformation will improve the allocation of healthcare resources?
11:45Break
12:30

CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS
Intelligent machines: How are they reshaping the provider-patient relation? 
 Re-educating and retraining the providers
 Ethical issues from the expansion of AI 
▪ How is technology affecting non-Rx and the consumer healthcare products?

Meletios A. Dimopoulos, rector, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Christina Papanikolaou, head of e-Health and cross border care sector, Institute of Scientific Research of the Panhellenic Medical Association
George Zacharopoulos, president of the scientific committee, “Hygeia” hospital
Vasso Panagiotopoulou, BU Director, Leadmark – Artificial Intelligence in Marketing & Sales 

Commentators:
Kostas Axarloglou, dean and professor of international business and strategy, Alba Graduate Business School, The American College of Greece
John Kalogerakis, CEO, JMK-Anthropocentric Corporate Training & Development

13:15
HAVE A SAY – LIVE POLLING AND DISCUSSION
Will artificial intelligence undermine the prestige of doctors?
13:30Networking luncheon
14:30
HOW IS THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY REACTING TO THE TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGES IN HEALTHCARE?
Overview-potential-impact
Data generation and sharing, patient confidentiality
 New platforms for the insurance industry 

Yiannis Kantoros, CEO, INTERAMERICAN Greece
Christophoros Sardelis, chairman of the board of directors, Ethniki Insurance

Moderator:
Evi Hatziandreou, scientific adviser, “DIKTIO” Network for Reform in Greece and Europe

14:45
HAVE A SAY – LIVE POLLING AND DISCUSSION
Will big data help insurance industry avoid bias?
15:00
THE BIOTECHNOLOGY REVOLUTION AND THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY
Developing effective drugs faster and at lower cost
Wearables for everything
Leveraging human biology: Ethical, legal and social issues

Morris Hosseini, senior partner, Pharma & Healthcare Competence Centre, Berlin
Anastasios Vekris, MD, plastic surgeon, founder & scientific director, Advanced Hair Clinics
Achilleas Gravanis, professor of pharmacology, School of Medicine, University of Crete, researcher, IMBB-FORTH, affiliated research professor, Centre of Drug Discovery, Northeastern University Boston
15:25Discussion
15:45

RADICAL INNOVATION FOR THE HEALTHCARE OF THE FUTURE
New disciplines – new players
Where machines could go very wrong?
The perspectives of mHealth
Virtual and augmented reality at the service of medicine
Medicine’s Internet of Things
X-omics (genomics, proteomics, metabolomics)
Value-based healthcare 

Bart De Witte, chair, Faculty of Digital Health at futur/io Institute, Germany 
George Veliotes, chairman, Insurance Europe Health Platform, general manager life & health, Interamerican Greece
Vassilis Plagianakos, associate professor & department head, Department of Computer Science and Biomedical Informatics, University of Thessaly, chair of the BoD, Hellenic Artificial Intelligence Society (EETN)
Pantelis Georgiou, reader in biomedical electronics, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Imperial College London
Stavros Lagousis, CTO and AI evangelist, SiEBEN

Moderator:
Evi Hatziandreou, scientific adviser, “DIKTIO” Network for Reform in Greece and Europe

16:20HAVE A SAY – LIVE POLLING AND DISCUSSION
Will this transformation help prevent corrupted practices in the healthcare spectrum?
16:45CAN GREECE TAKE THE LEAP AND HOW?
Vasileios Oikonomou, MP, head of the health sector, New Democracy
Anna Diamantopoulou, president, “DIKTIO” Network for Reform in Greece and Europe, former European Commissioner, former minister, Greece
Harry Theoharis, MP, Hellenic Parliament
17:10HAVE A SAY – LIVE POLLING AND DISCUSSION
Can Greece take the leap?
17:30Conclusions-End of conference

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